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DU CSAS Portal 2024: Process, Dates, Seat Allocation for DU

Author : Akash Kumar Singh

Updated On : November 17, 2023


Overview: Do you want to get admission to the DU through CUET 2024? Read the blog to gain insights into the CSAS portal, including registration, fees, documents required & the entire process.  

The Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) serves as the primary platform for securing admission to undergraduate (UG) courses offered by Delhi University (DU).

This portal enables students to apply for a wide range of UG courses, complete the application process, and actively engage in the DU admissions process.

The adoption of DU UG admission through the CSAS Portal reflects DU's commitment to maintaining a fair and transparent system for selecting eligible candidates based on CUET 2024. 

Table of Contents

Here are topics that will be discussed in this blog: 

  • Step-by-Step Admission Process: We'll break down the entire admission process into easy-to-follow steps, ensuring that you have a clear understanding of what to expect and how to navigate the system.
  • Steps to Register on the DU CSAS Portal: Registration is the first and crucial step in your journey to DU. We'll walk you through the process, from creating an account to submitting your details.
  • DU CSAS Application Fee: Let's talk about the financial aspect of your application. What are the fees involved, and how can you make a payment? We've got you covered with all the essential information.
  • Prerequisites before Registering: Before you even think about hitting that registration button, there are certain prerequisites you need to have in order. We'll discuss the documents and information you should have ready to streamline your application.

Delhi University Seats 2023 Overview 

Particulars  Details 
DU UG Seats  71,000 
Delhi University UG Programmes  78 
BA (Programme) Combinations  198 
DU PG Seats  13,500 

Check: CUET Application Form

DU Admission Process on CSAS Portal  

The DU admissions process is well-structured, with two important stages. The first step comprises candidate registration, while the second, known as CSAS, focuses on seat allotment following CUET results.

Even if a candidate misses the first registration deadline, a mid-entry option is available for Rs 1000. This procedure ensures that all aspiring students have an opportunity to secure their academic careers. 

  • Phase One - Registration: In the first phase, candidates must complete the registration process by submitting their applications. This step marks the beginning of the admission journey. 
  • Phase Two - CSAS: The second phase, the Centralized Seat Allotment Process (CSAS), comes into play once the CUET (Common University Entrance Test) results are announced. This phase primarily revolves around the allocation of seats to the eligible candidates. 
  • Mid-Entry Option: Even if a candidate misses the initial registration phase, there is still an opportunity to participate in the admission process. This mid-entry option allows candidates to register later, albeit with an additional fee of Rs 1000. 

Read more: How much marks is required in CUET for DU?

Direct Link to Register for DU CSAS Portal

The NTA has officially released the CUET exam dates. However, the examination process for the academic year 2024-25 has not yet commenced.

Once the results are declared, the DU CSAS portal will become fully functional for that year. We will provide the official link as soon as it becomes available.

Read more: CUET Colleges

How to Register on the DU CSAS Portal 2024? 

To register on the portal for DU CSAS admission, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the official website at ugadmission.uod.ac.in.
  2. On the homepage, locate and click the "CSAS registration link."
  3. Choose the UG admission merit list option.
  4. Complete the application form with the necessary details.
  5. Upload the required documents following the specified format.
  6. Proceed to make the payment for the CSAS 2024 application fee.
  7. Finally, click the submit button to complete your registration process

Find More: CUET Course List

DU CSAS Application Fee 2024  

The DU CSAS application fee is payable online. The fees vary depending on the category. Check out the category-wise application fee for DU CSAS Portal here in the following table: 

Category  Fee (INR) 
SC/ST/PWD  100 

Note: Candidates must pay an additional fee of Rs 100 for each quota if they wish to apply for the ECA or Sports supernumerary quota. The fee is non-refundable.

Check Out: CUET Marking Scheme

List of Documents for Filling Form on DU CSAS Portal 

You must upload copies of appropriate certificates/documents at the time of application (as applicable) and produce the same certificates/documents in original at the time of physical verification at the College, which include: 

  • Class X Certificate in the candidate's name, indicating date of birth and Parents' names. 
  • Class XII Marksheet in the name of the candidate. The candidate's name must match with the CUET(UG) form. 
  • SC/ST/OBC-NCL/EWS/Minority/CW/KM/PwBD Certificate (in the Candidate's name) issued by the competent issuing authority. 
  • OBC-Non-Creamy Layer Certificate (in the Candidate's name) issued by the competent issuing authority. 
  • EWS Certificate (in the candidate's name) from the competent issuing authority certifying the candidate can claim reservation under this category. 
  • Certificates for ECA/Sports supernumerary quota. 
  • Medical Fitness certificate (for B.Sc Physical Education, Health Education and Sports). 
  • Sports Proficiency Certificates (for B.Sc Physical Education, Health Education and Sports). 
  • Certificate for B.A.(Hons) Music (for candidates who have not studied Music as a subject in Class XII). 
  • PwBD disability certificate issued by a recognized Government Hospital. 
  • Educational Concession Certificate (ECC) for CW category applicants. 
  • Relevant certification for Kashmiri Migrant category applicants. 
  • Certificate of minority status (for Sikh and Christian Minority categories). 
  • Certificate from a recognized Orphanage/Charitable Home or Death certificate of both parents (for orphan quota).
  • Valid employment certificate of parent/s (for UoD Ward supernumerary quota). 

Read More: CUET City Intimation Slip

DU Course and Seats 

The academic fabric of Delhi University is weaved with a varied range of programmes and a staggering number of seats. There are 71,000 undergraduate seats available split across 78 programmes and 198 BA programme combinations in 68 prestigious colleges.

Postgraduate students are not forgotten, as are 13,500 places available in 77 PG programmes in 58 departments. Every eager student will be overwhelmed by the wide range of options. 

Check: CUET Cut Off for DU


In conclusion, the DU CSAS Portal 2024 is the gateway to pursuing undergraduate courses at Delhi University through CUET 2024. This comprehensive guide provides valuable insights into the admission process, from registration to fee payment and document submission. 

Know more: Is CUET compulsory for Government Colleges?

Here are the key takeaways:

  • DU's CSAS Portal simplifies the admission process for CUET aspirants.
  • The registration process involves filling out the application form, uploading documents, and paying the required fee.
  • Application fees vary based on categories, with additional fees for ECA or Sports supernumerary quota.
  • Prepare essential documents such as Class X and XII certificates, category certificates, and medical certificates for specific courses.
  • Delhi University offers a vast array of UG and PG courses, providing numerous opportunities for aspiring students.

Also check: CUET PG Registration

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